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1(comfort)solaz masculino literarioconsuelo masculinohe sought solace in the bottle — se consolaba bebiendo
- He and his wife go out to Walter Reed and Bethesda all the time to provide comfort and solace.
- Her advice was often comfort and solace in itself and her ways were the ways of goodness and serenity.
- Mary has been the source of solace and consolation in times of anxiety.
- So many times she wanted to turn back and seek solace in the comfort of her home and family.
- He wanted to stay near so she could reach out for him when she most needed his comfort and solace.
- Her husband died last year and she finds solace for her grief in her gardens and work with plants.
- I will be seeking solace in the long scarf, basking in its warmth like a lover's embrace.
- The doors of the sanctuary will open for one month to families seeking solace.
- Some sought the help of professionals, while others found solace in their friends.
- So I headed back home for my fishing gear, hoping to find some solace in a good fight with a trout.
- She found solace for her grief by teaching herself to sew using an embroidery kit.
- Little Chelsea seeks solace in her imaginary friend called Jodie.
- At a moment when Smith fears she is ruined, she seeks solace and comfort from a clergyman.
- He reminded me of a loving grandpa to whom a grandchild could run to for solace and comfort.
- His gentle presence was often a source of comfort and solace in itself.
- The night before Kirsteen died, she wrote a poem called The Paths of Life, and that offered me some solace amid the sadness.
- They were also welcomed into homes and hearts, finding solace and friendship in the most unlikely places.
- Living in a hard land, they work hard, and play hard and take solace in simple pleasures.
- The church is always linked with humility and a place where people seek solace.
- Classic stories tell of men who fight wars and abandon kingdoms to find solace in their young love.
2(source of comfort)consuelo masculino
- They sat in silence, solacing themselves in each other's tears.
- Perhaps he read it when he was in Monterey to solace his wounded feelings.
- I see religion as only a way of asking unanswerable questions, of sharing the joy of a community of quest, and solacing one another in our ignorance.
- If a person solaces himself for being fat by eating more, he's going to eat more to solace himself for the extra weight.
- An old woman, having drank until she is unable to walk, is put into a wheelbarrow, and in that situation is solaced with another glass.
- The soft fur solaced me little, and I distractedly wished the bear could soothe the aching sensation in my heart.
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